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Living life after 60 involves a little - or a lot - of change. It all depends on your preferences. Taking in account your interests, you can have so much fun. Enjoy this category of articles to learn about technology, hobbies, books, entertainment and more!

1 day ago

5 Prickly Challenges to Avoid When Selling Your Small Business

Once you’ve decided to sell your small business, get ready for a journey through a thorny thicket! If you’re not careful, you might find yourself stuck by an un-foreseen challenge. Here are five prickly issues you should keep an eye out for…

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2 days ago

Why You Need to Figure Out Your #1 Self-Care Habit (and Stick to It)

Finding time for self-care can be tricky. We may still be self-isolating, but for many of us, life is as busy as it’s ever been. We’re working, taking care of family members, babysitting grandkids via Skype, not to mention worrying ourselves silly about the pandemic…

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3 days ago

Who Are the Heroines That Changed Your Life?

Superheroes don’t always wear capes. Neither do super heroines. Just after Mother’s Day, my virtual Women’s Circle CAFE group devoted an hour to talking about the heroines who changed our lives. And there wasn’t a cape to be found…

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3 days ago

Easy Ways to Make Your Home Warm and Inviting to YOU!

We are home more than ever, so what can we do with our space to love being there? If you’re like me, you follow posted decorating trends because you love to see what’s new, then try to incorporate some of the fun trends into your space…

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4 days ago

Don’t Let Fear Keep You from Embracing Life – Part 3

Have you ever considered doing something that sounded fun or interesting, but it just made you feel too anxious? This is part 3 of a three-article series about common ways we hold ourselves back from living the life we truly desire…

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4 days ago

Why Redundancy Can Be a Blessing in Disguise

Being made redundant can be difficult financially and emotionally. Some people may experience feelings of grief and loss, and worry about where to turn next. It’s also normal to feel a loss of control, which can be unsettling…

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5 days ago

7 Things I Thought I Would Be Good at When I Reached Age 60

Some things I have mastered. Mostly, things that I’ve done over and over, often with little attention. Things like driving a car. Or riding a bicycle. Or brewing a pot of coffee. No need for deep thought or remembering details…

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6 days ago

8 Best Gifts for Visually Impaired Seniors

It can be challenging to buy a gift for your senior family members or friends who have visual impairment. You want gifts to be useful and make your loved one’s life easier. This list contains 8 useful products and devices that would make great gifts for visually…

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6 days ago

Retirement Is Awful! 3 Tips to Get You on the Positive Side of That Experience

Everyone has complaints about their work, and often, retirement seems an idyllic time of freedom from schedules and appointments with far fewer responsibilities. But, as with all phases of life, there are good and bad facets…

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1 week ago

The New Balance – Theater in Chicago 2024

Chicago theaters spent the last three years making up for by-passing plays written by people of color. Perhaps we’ve reached some sort of balance in 2024 – plays represented a mélange of colors, all of them interesting…

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